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Lung Moon Bakery
Today 7:30 am – 7:30 pm
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83 Mulberry St Chinatown, NY 10013, United States
83 Mulberry StreetUSNew York10013
(212) 349-4945
$BakeryToday 7:30 am – 7:30 pm
Monday 7:30 am – 7:30 pmTuesday 7:30 am – 7:30 pmWednesday 7:30 am – 7:30 pmThursday 7:30 am – 7:30 pmFriday 7:30 am – 7:30 pmSaturday 7:30 am – 7:30 pmSunday 7:30 am – 7:30 pm
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"Another good thing was their egg custard tart."
3 reviewers
"But that in itself was convincing enough for me to buy my mooncakes from them."
"Amazing! try the egg custard, pineapple bun and the Sa Chi Ma."
2 reviewers
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keith helstone
5 months ago
Stumbled upon this place after shopping at Mulberry Meat Market. The pork buns are very good, the custard buns are excellent. Service always friendly and attentive.
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Leo Kai
9 months ago
Amazing! try the egg custard, pineapple bun and the Sa Chi Ma,
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2 years ago
Excellent angel cake in paper wrappers. Strawberry cake was also excellent. Very reasonable pricing.
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Leo O
a year ago
Came to Chinatown looking for the best moon cakes and I will choose this place for now because their customer service was excellent. I asked one of the workers if I could try a piece of their moon cakes and she actually let my friend and I try one of their smaller ones, just the lotus seed only. But that in itself was convincing enough for me to buy my mooncakes from them. Asian places NEVER let you taste test, especially at a place like this so I give them props for letting us taste it free of charge. Onto the mooncake. I do think the mooncake was on the sweeter side, but I didn't have the yolk to balance it out. What's really cool is that they make mooncakes with 1, 2, 3, or even 4 yolks inside one square. That's a lot of cholesterol!! Anyways, the mooncake does crumble a little bit when you cut into it. I think that it shouldn't crumble at all. I did go to another place for mooncakes (Golden Fung), but they were typical asians, just rude and wouldn't let me taste test so I just left. I will go back and buy one just to try, but I suspect it will be worse than Lung Moon because on their box, it says best mooncakes in NYC, LOL!! Just like one of the restaurants in Little Italy where they have a banner saying "Best Cannoli's in the world". It was a crappy cannoli. Another good thing was their egg custard tart. I've been trying to find my personal favorite and this is it for now. The crust is not the flaky kind and it held up well to the weight of the egg custard. It wasn't burnt and didn't taste raw at all. One thing that helped a lot was that we got the batch of egg tarts that had just finished baking. Can't get any fresher than that, it was too hot to touch!! The egg custard was not overly sweet and not watered down. Had a little harder consistency than flan. I would definitely recommend this place for their mooncakes and egg custard tarts.
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Shana Gamble
a year ago
Our family loves this place. A must go to spot for our lunch when downtown in the city. really good prices and excellent food (hotdogs, ham and cheese buns, bean cakes, sweet rice cake, pasteries, etc.) Always good consistent quality. Lunch for 5 at like 10-20 bucks, including desert. We eat outside on the church's stoop across the street or down the block sitting in the park. Loving the city and the tastes at the same time!